From New York Times best-selling author Jessica Park comes the long-anticipated sequel to Left Drowning.
A storm is coming, and with storms come restless waters.
Pulled from the depths of catastrophe and depression, Blythe McGuire has learned to escape from her past while embracing the future. A future now entwined in the Shepherd siblings.
With Chris, she shares a staggering romance that kicks heartbreak's ass.
With Sabin, she shares an intense friendship, one that's becoming more complicated than either had expected. A friendship now being put to the test because Sabin's brutal past still haunts him. Because trauma is the gift that keeps on giving without mercy.
Now Sabin is the one left drowning and struggling to breathe, and his turmoil threatens to send all three into dark currents they cannot escape. Even after going through her own hell, saving Sabin may take much more than Blythe had ever anticipated. Their connection and their love could help, but getting him to reach for her hand may be Blythe's biggest challenge ever.
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Disheveled Book Blog Review
This book was an amazing addition to this series. Jessica Park has outdone herself again, even though it’s shorter than the first it’s still just a great. There’s emotion, turmoil and pain, love, friendship, and family. I highly recommend reading left drowning prior to reading Restless Water’s because you’ll not fully grasp this story without it.
All of the characters that you loved from Left drowning are back but the story for the most part circles around Chris and Blair, and Blair and Sabin. I loved this story for so many reasons, but one thing that stuck out so much to me was that Blair and Sabin reach a point where they are conflicted and Chris is there to help guide them. Without giving too much away, this too me showed how amazing Chris is, but also how their strong bond as “family” is.
I truly love Sabin, and I wish there was more for him. Maybe someday he’ll get his book but this was enough for now. You know like maybe he’ll find someone to love….Both are officially on my re-read list, technically Left Drowning has been there for awhile now and I have re-read it twice actually. It’s that good folks.
Not only was the story amazing the audio performance was superb. Arielle DeLisle’s narrations is perfect, she has a way of making an already great story even that much more enjoyable, she gives it life.
Now the unique part about this book/audiobook is Troy. His music brings a new and unique dimension to the story. But not only is his music and lyrics a part of the story he’s actually part of the audiobook. When Sabin is singing you hear Troy, his voice in the audiobook is stunning and breathtaking. The entire combination is one of a kind, and definitely shouldn’t be missed.
I highly recommend the entire series in both e-book and audiobook.
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